2001 Four Winns Funship 214 234 264 Boat Owners Manual

If the pick-up becomes clogged, the  speedometer will
not register.  Clean the opening with a piece of wire or
disconnect the tubing and blow out the pick-up with com-
pressed air.
Operation of an engine with abnormally low oil
pressure can lead to engine damage and pos-
sible seizure. Have the engine serviced immedi-
ately upon a reduced oil pressure indication.
be drained of water. Disconnect the speedometer hose
at the  pick-up assembly  and at  the gauge and  blow
through the tubing to remove the water.
E.   Voltmeter (4-in-1 Gauge)
tor performance. See SectionH for additional information
regarding electrical systems.
Speedometers are not  precision instruments.
used for navigational purposes or similar critical
Fuel Gauge (4-in-1 Gauge)
The fuel gauge displays the level of fuel that is present in
thefueltank.  Thefuelgaugewilloperatewhentheignition
switch supplying power to the fuel gauge is in the RUN
achieve a “NO WAKE” condition in a harbor or
other enclosed  waterway.   ALWAYS reduce
throttle! Speedometersarenoteffectiveatmea-
suringlowoperationalspeeds.    Youarerespon-
sible for damage caused by the  wake of your
This system is merely a relative indication of the available
fuel supply and not a calibrated instrument. Relative ad-
justments can be made  by your Four Winns dealer  by
bending the fuel sender float arm. Refer to Section I-1E
Fuel Senders for additional information.
C.   Temperature Gauge (4-in-1 Gauge)
The temperature gauge included in the 4-in-1 gauges
monitor the cooling  system of the  engine.  A  sudden
cooling passage or a water pump malfunction.
Use only clean fuel of the type and grade recom-
mended by the engine manufacturer. The use of
incorrect or contaminated fuel can cause engine
malfunction and serious damage. Refer to Sec-
tion I Fuel Systems for additional information.
Operation of an overheated engine can result in
engine seizure.  If an unusually high tempera-
ture reading occurs, shut the engine off immedi-
G.   Power Trim Gauge
Boats equipped with stern drives also have a “power trim
gauge.”  This gauge provides  a visual indication of the
inward-outward(trimangle)positionoftheoutdrive.    There
is not a trailer travel mode on the gauge.
D.   Oil Pressure Gauge (4-in-1 Gauge)
The oil pressure gauge indicates the pressure in the en-
gine lubrication system.  A significant drop in oil pres-
sure is a possible indication of an oil pump or other leak-
age problem.
H.   Depth Sounder
The depth sounder may be an available option on your
Funship™ model. If so equipped, it consists of two main
components, the transducer and the depth sounder. The
transducer is mounted to the hull and the depth sounder
isinstalledinthedash.   Thetransduceranddepthsounder
communicate by means of a cable, and are powered by
your boat’s 12-volt DC battery. The transducer and depth
sounder use the basic principle of sonar to indicate the
water’s depth. Please read the manufacturer’s literature
If the engine has been equipped with an audible engine
alarm, the alarm should sound if the oil pressure drops
below the normal operating range of the engine. Please
see your engine owner’s manual for specific engine in-
Funship™ Owner’s  Manual
Section E
Product Specification
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